Passage is the product of two recent stays by Bryan in the port city of Tangier, Morocco. 30 June – 5 August 2018
Out of the Past – Into the Future
21 April – 25 June, 2018
David Voigt has tirelessly worked on his unique representation of the Australian landscape over the past five decades. He developed and pursued an exciting and visual way to present the bond between light and subject – the two requisite elements of any depiction of the landscape.
Bungendore Wood Works Gallery Founder and Artistic Director David Mac Laren received a much un-anticipated letter recently informing him that he has been awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia in the Honorary division within the Australian honours system.
A Vessel’s Journey 3 March – 16 April, 2018 Exhibition Opening Saturday 3 March, 2018 at 2pm
The Retter-Mitchell collaboration has always sought to explore new ground, bridging unfamiliar territory. And this Exhibition moves both artists well out front of the cozy and assured commercial success of their previous work.
Exhibition continues until 27 February 2018
Entrepreneur, Businessman, Aviator, Philanthropist and Founder of Dick Smith Electronics, Dick Smith AC opened a new exhibition at Bungendore Wood Works Gallery Saturday 16 December 2018. The Exhibition is the latest of a series of collaborative exhibitions by Sydney based marquetrist Michael Retter OAM and Canberra (now Bungendore) resident and fine wood worker, Scott Mitchell.
Photos Courtesy of the Bungendore Weekly
The Chinoiserie Cabinet is Geoff Hannah’s homage to the Chinoiserie Style of furniture design that he studied Paris and London while on his Churchill Fellowship in the 1980s and features 12 timber species, 9 stone varieties, 23 carat gold leaf gilding and a myriad of oriental hidden chambers, panels and pockets of mystery.
24 September – 10 December – 2017 Opening 2pm Sunday 24 September 2017 Painter/Printmaker Pamela Griffith and Sculptor/Carver Silvio Apponyi cover common ground with their inspiring works that invite you to share their love and concern for nature, flora, and fauna and the delicate position wild life holds in a world obsessed with profit, the world which often involves the exploitation of precious environments.
Chan Dissanayake and Rick Cochrane Exhibition Opening 2pm Sunday 27 November, 2016 Exhibition continues until 7 February, 2017
Fine Furniture by Darren Oates Exhibition Opening 2pm Sunday 27 November, 2016 Exhibition continues until 7 February, 2017
23 July – 31 October 2016
An exhibition about collaboration - Design by Malcolm Stewart, Woodwork by Ian Higgs and Metalwork by Dean Bell.
23 July – 1 September 2016
An exhibition of prints produced in the Griffith Studio and Graphic Workshop
Lyn Burns • George Gittoes • Pamela Griffith • Greg Hansell • Bettina McMahon • Gina Monaco • Trevor Riach • Wendy Sharpe • Glenn Smith
A young couple came across my X-Frame dining tables design on the Wood Works website and contacted me through our online enquiry form. They were seeking a custom designed dining table to complement their recently renovated house by Robert Henry Architects.
We have some great new work by local ACT wood worker Robin Cromer. One of our favourites is a two bowl set titled “Eleanor’s Oak”.
The bowls are made from a historic Pin Oak planted by First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt at the opening of the U.S. Embassy in Canberra on 4th September 1942. The U.S. Embassy donated a portion of the timber to the Woodcraft Guild ACT Inc. after the tree fell during a windstorm in January 2015.
Wood turner Chris Mitchell has new products that we are excited to share.
The elegant Salt bowls are made from various Tasmania timbers; Myrtle, Huon Pine, Celery Top Pine, Blackwood & Sassafras.